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  • A closer look at Mitt Romney's job creation record

    A closer look at Mitt Romney's job creation record
      Shortly after Mitt Romney resigned from Bain Capital in 1999 to run the Olympics in Salt Lake City, potential investors received a prospectus touting the extraordinary profits earned by the private equity firm that Romney controlled for 15 years....
  • Exelon boss wants merger badly, and he's paying for it

    John Rowe made no secret of the fact that he badly wanted a signature merger to top off his career as the chief executive of Exelon Corp. How badly can be seen in the settlement he just agreed to in Exelon's bid to purchase Baltimore's Constellation...
  • Looking at payrolls, O's spend money — just not wisely

    Looking at payrolls, O's spend money — just not wisely
    We’re back. Hope everyone enjoyed their holiday and is getting ready for another one at week’s end. While I was taking a few days off, the Associated Press released its final payrolls for each Major League Baseball team’s 40-man roster....
  • Energy analysts: Constellation-Exelon merger likely to go through

    Despite continuing challenges to Constellation Energy Group's plans to sell itself to Exelon Corp., analysts say the $7.9 billion deal is likely to overcome major regulatory obstacles, including those in Maryland, where critics are seeking concessions...
  • 99 Cents Only Stores agrees to $1.6-billion buyout offer

    99 Cents Only Stores agrees to $1.6-billion buyout offer
    99 Cents Only Stores Inc. has agreed to be taken private in a deal valued at about $1.6 billion, the City of Commerce deep-discount retailer said Tuesday, after months of talks with several groups interested in buying the company. The chain said it had...
  • Constellation, Exelon shareholder meeting on merger set for Nov. 17

    Constellation Energy Group and Exelon Corp. shareholders will have their say on the companies' proposed merger at separate meetings on Nov. 17, according to regulatory documents filed Wednesday. Along with state and federal regulatory approval, investors...
  • Olympus under pressure to reveal details of deals

    Olympus under pressure to reveal details of deals
    TOKYO, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Japan's Olympus came under more pressure to disclose details of payments made in a series of acquisitions as its shares plunged for a third straight day following the unexpected dismissal of its chief executive last week....
  • Ted Forstmann dies at 71; Wall Street financier, philanthropist

    Ted Forstmann dies at 71; Wall Street financier, philanthropist
    Ted Forstmann, a longtime Wall Street financier and philanthropist who was a major player during the wave of corporate takeovers in the 1980s, including the battle for RJR Nabisco in 1988, died Sunday. He was 71. The cause was brain cancer, according...
  • Chinese company buys Complete Genomics for $117.6 million

    Chinese company buys Complete Genomics for $117.6 million
    Mountain View, Calif., company Complete Genomics Inc. agreed to a buyout offer from Chinese genomics firm BGI-Shenzen, an acquisition the two businesses are valuing at $117.6 million The $3.15-a-share offer comes a few months after Complete Genomics said...
  • Legg implements new capital plan

    Legg implements new capital plan
    Legg Mason's stock rose nearly 7.5 percent Wednesday on news that the company will pay off $1.25 billion in senior notes held by private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. to reduce its outstanding debt. Its shares gained $1.67 to close at $24.05...
  • Winnebago RV maker rejects $321.5 million takeover bid

    Winnebago RV maker rejects $321.5 million takeover bid
    Winnebago Industries Inc., maker of the cult favorite recreational vehicles, reviewed and rejected an unsolicited $321.5 million takeover bid from a private equity firm Friday. In a letter, North Street Capital offered $11 per share in cash for Winnebago...